Williams Sound introduces Sweet New Technology at InfoComm11

Williams Sound to introduce sweet, new technology at InfoComm11

Eden Prairie, Minn. — June 7, 2011 — Indulge in the sweet sounds of wireless listening technology when Williams Sound takes the floor at InfoComm11.

From the show floor to the popular AV Technology Tours, Williams Sound is partnering with InfoComm as a key sponsor and listening equipment supplier. Tours will visit technical and entertainment venues in Orlando, offering a behind-the-scenes look at how leading-edge AV technology is implemented. Participants will hear from the experts, as well as experience real-world application of technologies exhibited on the InfoComm11 show floor. AV Tech Tour venues this year include the Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba production and the UCF College of Medicine.

Satisfy your taste for the latest in Williams Sound technology at the TFWM Technologies for Worship Pavilion at InfoComm11. As an official Pavilion sponsor, Williams Sound invites you to be inspired by the latest audio-visual equipment available for your house of worship. Our National Sales Manager Tony Strong will present “Helping Parishioners Hear…with Digital Listening Technology” — a workshop focused on how digital listening technology can help you easily and effectively overcome communication barriers in your congregation. Williams Sound will provide an array of Personal PA® transmitters, receivers and headphones for use by all Pavilion workshop instructors and participants — including the new PPA SelectTM (PPA R37) receiver.

Stop by and savor our sweet surprises at InfoComm11:
Williams Sound
Booth 1321

Williams Sound is a designer and manufacturer of wireless listening technology, serving personal and professional listening needs worldwide for more than 35 years. Williams Sound products for such commercial markets as language interpretation, tour, education, government and house of worship include the Digi-Wave™ Digital Communications Systems, Personal PA® FM Listening Systems, Portable Hearing Assistance Tour Guide Systems, SoundPlus® Infrared Systems and Hearing Helper® FM Listening Systems.